ACADEMIC PROGRAM


 

DAY 1

DR FRANCESCO MINTRONE

Full Day

Esthetic dentistry – from diagnosis to final natural result

 
  • Esthetic Analysis
  • Functional Analysis
  • Wax-up
  • Mock-up
  • Formulation of the ideal treatment plan
  • The step by step of rehabilitation: from single unit to the most advanced cases
  • Traditional Dentistry vs Digital Dentistry
  • Restoration materials and cementation

HANDS-ON:

  • Bite Registration, Face-bow and Articulator Mounting

DAY 2

DR GIACOMO FABBRI

πŸ•˜ Morning Session

Innovative paradigms in prosthetic rehabilitation on

natural teeth and implants

 
  • The role of adhesion in contemporary prosthetic therapies
  • Idealizing the reliability with minimally invasive approaches and modern restorative concepts
  • An innovative classification on teeth preparation

Thinking Monolithic:

  • Why should we use a monolithic approach?
  • Guidelines on using a monolithic approach in the posterior and anterior segments.
  • Evaluation and considerations about the long term results
πŸ• Afternoon Session

Part 1:  Idealizing the esthetic and functional integration on Implants

  • Selection and management of the implant-abutment  interface and its implication with biological width
  • One abutment one time approach: clinical considerations
  • Restorative Soft tissue management in case of immediate function

Part 2:Β  Idealizing the esthetic and functional integration on Implants

  • Restorative soft tissue management in case of delayed approach
  • Soft tissue oriented impression technique in case of single, partial and complete rehabilitations
  • All-Ceramic approach in implant-supported restorations: Monolithic and Bilayered. Tips & Tricks for the daily practice.

HANDS-ON:   A  STEP-BY-STEP TECHNIQUE FOR MINIMAL INVASIVE TEETH PREPARATIONS

The evolution of contemporary adhesive technology has revolutionized and simplified preparation design.

Monolythic modern ceramics are allowing the clinician to be exceptionally conservative. The volume of tooth reduction required for long lasting and esthetic restorations has reached an all-time low level. In addition, we are practicing supra-gingival dentistry eliminating the need for tedious and traumatic soft tissue retraction.

 In this course, detailed hands-on techniques will be demonstrated and perfected, which will allow you to introduce these protocols into your daily practice.

DAY 3 – Meeting Location at Beverly Hills Dental Lab

DR JOHAN FIGUEIRA

πŸ•˜Morning Session

COMMUNICATION PROTOCOLS WITH THE LAB: ANALOG VS DIGITAL

Impressions and Color are the main problems that Labs are facing every day. Nowadays, Digital dentistry is a very important subject in dentistry. It is hard to know where to start, especially when applying to dentistry. This Lecture serves as an aid for the clinician and technician during the process of approaching the patient from treatment planning presentation to the process of integration digital photography into the color-matching procedure.

SAM ALAWIE, MDT & DR. KYLE STANLEY

πŸ•˜ Morning & Afternoon Session

DIGITAL SMILE DESIGN AND LAB COMMUNICATION

LectureIntra-Oral photography protocol
LecturePeri-Oral photography protocol
LectureIntroducing DSD

 

HANDS-ON

  • Live patient mock-up
  • Material selection

Discussion and closing

 

DAY 4

DR MAMALY RESHAD

πŸ•˜ Morning Session

ESTHETIC CONSIDERATIONS FOR FULL MOUTH REHABILITATION ON TEETH

Lecture: Facial and esthetic considerations for esthetic full mouth rehabilitations
Lecture: Biomechanics and esthetics for full mouth rehabilitations
Lecture: Material selection and esthetics for full mouth rehabilitations
πŸ• Afternoon Session

KEY POINTS TO ACHIEVE STABLE ESTHETIC IMPLANT RESULTS

 

LectureKey elements and long term results in Esthetic Implant Dentistry

Discussion and Closing

DAY 5

DR ED MCLAREN

Contemporary Ceramics FOR HIGH END ESTHETICS

πŸ•˜ Morning Session
  • Materials and clinical indications for use of conservative techniques
  • Clinical indications for veneer situation where dentin is exposed

  • Inlays, Onlays, and Vonlays

πŸ•Afternoon Session
  • New glass ceramics

  • Layered zirconia based ceramics

  • Higher β€œcubic” phase zirconia monolithic systems

  • Digital impressions

  • State of the art adhesion, cements and cementation